Cardi B Challenges Nicki Minaj In Blistering Rant: ‘We Could Talk About It, Or We Could Fight It Out’

Cardi B and Nicki Minaj’s feud is apparently far from over. The “Bodak Yellow” rapper fired back after Nicki’s revealing “Queen Radio” episode in which she made bold claims about her and Cardi’s now-infamous New York Fashion Week altercation and more. Find out why Cardi isn’t having it, and slammed Nicki’s version of events in a series of rapid-fire Instagram videos.


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Get Buzzed on Tipsy Tradeshow Talk

At the dismay of pretty much everyone who attends the frequent open bars and late night parties that the business side of our industry has to offer, a chilling warning about alcohol was recently made public.
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WIRED25: Sebastian Thrun & Sam Altman Talk Flying Vehicles and Artificial Intelligence

Sebastian Thrun, CEO of Kittyhawk and president of Udacity, and Sam Altman, president of Y Combinator and co-chair of Open AI, spoke with WIRED’s Former Editor-in-Chief Chris Anderson as part of WIRED25, WIRED’s 25th anniversary celebration in San Francisco.
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How to Talk Yankee – Tim Sample

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How to Talk Yankee

Tim Sample

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 3.95

Publish Date: February 9, 2011

© ℗ © 2011 The Maine Humor Company

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MayaBum, Amandarox Talk ‘Camgirl Vacation’ Events

Hi everyone! My name is MayaBum, and I’m here to talk about Camgirl Vacation, a unique retreat-style hosting service for cam girl groups, co-hosted by my planning partner Amandarox.
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How Humans Get Hacked: Yuval Noah Harari & Tristan Harris Talk with WIRED

Yuval Noah Harari, historian and best-selling author of Sapiens, Homo Deus and 21 Lessons for the 21st Century, and Tristan Harris, co-founder and executive director of the Center for Humane Technology, speak with WIRED Editor in Chief Nicholas Thompson.

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Episode 229 Scott Adams: Can’t Wait to Talk About Rod Rosenstein

Topics: 

  • Was it a sarcastic joke (Rosenstein comment), or spitballing ideas?
  • Headline: Republicans having trouble attracting female voters
  • Alt Headline: Democrats having trouble attracting male voters
  • Only 5% of Minnesotans believe Keith Ellison did what he’s credibly accused of doing

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Kristen Stewart and Chloe Sevigny talk ‘Lizzie’

Kristen Stewart and actor-producer Chloe Sevigny talk ‘Lizzie’ and why the former ‘Twilight’ star was always the first choice for her role. Rough Cut. No Reporter Narration.


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Something to Talk About – Lasse Hallström

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Something to Talk About

Lasse Hallström

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 7.99

Rental Price: $ 0.99

Release Date: November 2, 1995


Academy Award and Golden Globe-winner and Emmy-nominee Julia Roberts ("Ocean's Eleven," "Erin Brockovich") stars as Grace, a contemporary Southern wife and mother with the "perfect life." She works for her parents' horse breeding farm, volunteers for the local charity league, and generally speaking, does all the things expected of her by her family and friends. But when she learns that her husband has been unfaithful, Grace suddenly steps back and examines her hustle-and-bustle life from a new perspective, giving her small-town neighbors "something to talk about." For the first time she asks herself what she wants from her life.

© © 1995 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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John Cho and Debra Messing talk techy thriller “Searching”

John Cho and Debra Messing talk “Searching” and acting entirely opposite technology. Rough Cut. No reporter narration.


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5-on-5: Rookies talk best advice, big purchases and LeBron

We caught up with Deandre Ayton and the Class of 2018 to talk about awards, most anticipated matchups and LeBron’s move to L.A.
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‘Crazy Rich Asians’ cast talk box office race

The cast of ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ talk race and representation in Hollywood. Rough Cut. No reporter narration.


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5-on-5: Let’s talk about the Week 1, Christmas and MLK Day games

Headlined by rivalries and reunions — and plenty of LeBron — the league’s opening week, Christmas and MLK Day slates won’t disappoint.
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Car Talk, Irreconcilable Road Trip, November 12, 2005 – Tom Magliozzi & Ray Magliozzi

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Car Talk, Irreconcilable Road Trip, November 12, 2005

Tom Magliozzi & Ray Magliozzi

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 0.95

Publish Date: November 12, 2005

© ℗ © 2005 Dewey, Cheetham, and Howe

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Tory Lanez ft. Rich The Kid “Talk To Me,” G-Eazy ft. Nef The Pharaoh & P-Lo “Power” & More | Daily Visuals 7.17.18

Meadows Day 2 Performances

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In a summer that’s seen quite a few big names drop new albums, Tory Lanez is looking to get some burn of his own when his upcoming Love Me Now? drops later this sweatin’ season.

To amp up his forthcoming album, Tory Lanez dropped a new clip for his Rich The Kid assisted “Talk To Me” where we find Tory in a few different settings with a few different females… and Tekashi69. That was hella random.

Meanwhile G-Eazy cruises the streets and the open waters in his Nef The Pharaoh and P-Lo featured visual to “Power.” That boat was made to hold 20 people but had at least 50 heads turning up. Gangsta.

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Pure Powers, Lil Reese, and more.

TORY LANEZ & RICH THE KID – “TALK TO ME”

G-EAZY FT. NEF THE PHARAOH – “POWER”

PURE POWERS – “WOKE”

LIL REESE – “GOTTA BE”

CODE GREEN FT. KHARY – “ON THE LOW”

TONEDEFF – “DEMON”

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Raven Gates Says She & ‘Bachelor In Paradise’ Beau Adam Gottschalk Talk Marriage ‘All The Time’

Could another Bachelor Nation couple be headed down the aisle soon? Raven Gates spilled serious tea in a fan Q&A, revealing that she and her “Bachelor in Paradise” beau Adam Gottschalk discuss marriage “all the time” – but is she thinking about kids yet?


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How to Talk to Girls at Parties – John Cameron Mitchell

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How to Talk to Girls at Parties

John Cameron Mitchell

Genre: Romance

Price: $ 9.99

Rental Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: June 5, 2018


Enn, a shy teenager in 70s London, meets a group of intense, otherworldly girls at a party. Though they seem like they're in a cult, he soon learns they literally come from another world, setting off the ultimate showdown: punks vs. aliens.

© © COLONY FILMS LIMITED 2017

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Ivor Novello award winners talk the music industry

Musicians Stormzy, Lionel Richie and Billy Ocean were honoured at the Ivor Novello awards, now in their 63rd year. Rough cut (no reporter narration)


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Let Them Talk (Bonus Track Version) – Hugh Laurie

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Let Them Talk (Bonus Track Version)

Hugh Laurie

Genre: Blues

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: April 18, 2011

© ℗ 2011 Warner Music UK Ltd

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Episode 78: Scott and Dale Talk About CNN’s Worst Day Ever

Topics:

  • NK summit cancellation
  • Trump supporters HAPPY, cause they understand negotiating
  • Trump critics HAPPY, cause they wanted the summit cancelled
  • Prison Reform pending, Van Jones
  • Trump pardoned Jack Johnson…Obama didn’t
  • “Animals” context made it clear media had tried to screw President Trump
  • Elon Musk comments
  • Sarcasm is hard/impossible to discern lately

 

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LeBron shrugs off talk he tired down stretch

While LeBron James dismissed talk that he grew fatigued during Wednesday’s Game 5 loss to the Celtics, Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue admitted, “He looked a little tired to me.”
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Andy Serkis and Benedict Cumberbatch talk ‘Mowgli’

Benedict Cumberbatch and actor-director Andy Serkis discuss the long-awaited adaptation of The Jungle Book, ‘Mowgli. Rough Cut. (no reporter narration).


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Derek Hough & Ne-Yo Talk ‘World Of Dance’ Season 2, Fatherhood & Working With JLo

What’s in store for “World of Dance” Season 2? Judges Derek Hough and Ne-Yo explain why this season is “on another level” and dish on what it’s like to work alongside Jennifer Lopez and Jenna Dewan. Plus, Ne-Yo opens up about his growing family as his wife, Crystal Renay, is in the home stretch of her pregnancy.


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James Comey Says Trump Came to Him to Talk Golden Showers

When it rains it pours … Donald Trump worried there was a small chance his wife, Melania, might believe Russian hookers peed on a hotel bed where Trump was staying … this according to former FBI director James Comey. The hook to Comey’s new…

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Dwayne Johnson and co-stars talk bringing ‘Rampage’ to life

Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and his ‘Rampage’ co-stars talk about the pros and pleasures of bringing the video game to the big screen. Rough Cut – no reporter narration.


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‘American Idol’ Judges Lionel Richie, Katy Perry & Luke Bryan Talk Chemistry, Contestants & More!

At the ABC portion of the Television Critics Association Winter Tour (in Jan. 2018), new “American Idol” judges Lionel Richie, Katy Perry and Luke Bryan tell Access what their chemistry is like on the panel. Plus, the judges reveal whether there is a Simon Cowell-esque judge on the panel. Finally, the trio reveal what the talent is like this season. “American Idol” premiers March 11 at 8/7c on ABC.


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Cardi B Not Ready to Talk Pregnancy, But Ready for All-Star Weekend

[[tmz:video id=”0_fwgpcrq6″]] Cardi B’s not ready to say if she’s pregnant, but she’s also not gonna say she isn’t.  We got the rapper leaving her hotel in NYC Friday morning — presumably to catch her flight to L.A. for NBA All-Star Weekend — but…

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Rapsody “Chrome (Like Ooh),” Maino ft. Dave East & Jaque “Bag Talk” & More | Daily Visuals 2.20.18

Source: Photo: Instagram

If you ain’t up on Rapsody’s Laila’s Wisdom then you should know that you’re only a player because you be playin’ yaself.

Today the Grammy nominated MC comes through with some cinematic visuals to “Chrome (Like Ooh)” which follows a group of knuckleheads that are ‘bout that life until they’re reminded that all police need is a single reason.

Back in New York Maino hits up Dave East and Jaque for his clip to “Bag Talk” where the three post up at a currency exchange spot where they trade in foreign paper for big face Benny’s. Love & Hip Hop paying Jaque with overseas paper?

Check out the rest of today’s drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from Trippie Redd featuring Travis Scott, Tinashe featuring Future, and more.

RAPSODY – “CHROME (LIKE OOH)”

MAINO FT. DAVE EAST & JAQUE – “BAG TALK”

TRIPPIE REDD FT. TRAVIS SCOTT – “DARK KNIGHT DUMMO”

TINASHE FT. FUTURE – “FADED LOVE”

YOUNG DOLPH – “PARANOID”

MALLY MALL, JEREMIH & E-40 – “PHYSICAL”

KHALID & NORMANI – “LOVE LIES”

SHOOBY – “S.O.M.E.”

YFN LUCCI FT. YFN TRAE POUND & YFN KAY – “PROPANE”

CALEBORATE – “BANKROBBER”

MOLLY BRAZZY FT. AD – “ION LIKE YOU”

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Dirty Talk (Unabridged) – Lauren Landish

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Dirty Talk (Unabridged)

Lauren Landish

Genre: Romance

Price: $ 17.95

Publish Date: February 7, 2018

© ℗ © 2018 Lauren Landish

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Detectives Want To Talk To Robert Wagner Again About The Death Of Natalie Wood

Detectives want to re-interview the 87-year-old widower of Natalie Wood, as new details emerge that could lead authorities to solve the mystery of the actress’s death nearly four decades later.


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Fake deals, real rumors and more trade talk as the deadline heats up

Is there a deal out there to help the Cavs? Are the Warriors going to make a move? And what will happen with DeAndre Jordan and Marcus Smart? Here’s the latest.
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Jessica Drake to Give Sex Talk at Adam & Eve Store in Oklahoma City

Wicked Pictures contract performer, sex educator and sexual wellness advocate Jessica Drake will host a sex workshop tonight from 6:30-8 p.m. at the Adam & Eve store in Oklahoma City.
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Redmayne, Maisie Williams talk gender equality at “Early Man” premiere

Oscar-winning actor Eddie Redmayne says Hollywood’s gender equality campaign has been ‘a long time coming’ and a ‘huge amount of change’ is still needed. Rough cut (no reporter narration).


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‘Riverdale’s’ Lili Reinhart & Camila Mendes Talk Sex In Cosmo Interview!

Lili Reinhart and Camila Mendes of The CW’s “Riverdale” have landed the cover of Cosmopolitan magazine and are getting frank about sex in the new interview. Plus, the primetime stars dish on what they’d like to see for their characters, Betty Copper and Veronica Lodge.


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Lakers shun LaVar Ball talk, snap 9-game skid

With controversy swirling around the Lakers amid critical comments from LaVar Ball that coach Luke Walton has lost the locker room, Brandon Ingram helped the team snap a nine-game losing streak on Sunday against the Hawks.
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How to Determine If You Should Talk About Politics in Public

When candidate Trump first set about the job of redefining politics (and reality) back in 2015, people had lots of predictions about how things would turn out. One year isn’t long enough to know everything we need to know about his presidency, but it’s long enough to to check some of our predictions. As a public service, I put together a list of predictions that various people made about Trump that you can use to evaluate your own predictive powers. Count the number of items on the list that you once predicted would be true. I’ll tell you how to evaluate your score at the end.

Did you once believe…

Trump will never win the GOP nomination.

Trump will never win the presidency.

Stocks will drop if Trump is elected.

President Trump will deport ten million illegal immigrants.

Trump will be gone (impeached, jailed, or quit) by end of 2017.

Trump’s immigration ban on several Muslim countries will be found unconstitutional.

Trump colluded with Russia, and that’s a crime.

Trump obstructed justice (a crime) by firing Comey.

Trump’s skills as a “con man” might get him elected but it won’t transfer into doing the job of president.

Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel will cause huge problems.

Trump’s tweeting will cause huge problems.

GOP will never embrace Trump.

Trump will get nothing important done.

Trump will not work effectively with leaders of other countries.

GOP senators will vote against GOP priorities because of President Trump’s mean tweets.

Trump will not nominate qualified judges to the Supreme Court.

Trump is incompetent.

Presidential approval polls are a good predictor of how a president will perform.

The military won’t follow Trump’s orders.

GDP will never stay above 3%.

— end —

I didn’t get any of those predictions wrong. But if you got 15 or more wrong, you might want to consider never saying anything about politics out loud again for the rest of your life. Just a suggestion.

Clinton supporter expresses surprise at his lack of prescience

Okay, okay. I know you are quibbling with a few items I included on the list. Maybe you think the bad news for Trump — such as the alleged Russia problems — will sink Trump eventually. We can revisit this list next year. But if you are wrong for three years straight — about almost everything Trump-related — please adjust your confidence in your predictive powers accordingly.

If you got 15 or more of those predictions wrong, please consider reading a copy of my book, Win Bigly, to learn how to use what I call the Persuasion Filter to predict better.

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Which player will people still talk about 100 years from now?

The centennial of the NHL’s first game got us thinking about the legacy today’s stars will leave. Sidney Crosby has all those Cups and Alex Ovechkin is one of the game’s greatest scorers, but there’s something mythical about hockey’s most famous mullet.
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Steve Stoute & Samuel ‘Tone’ Barnes Talk Discovering Foxy Brown On Drink Champs [VIDEO]

Since it’s inception, Noreaga’s Drink Champs podcast has provided some of the most entertaining and eyebrow raising interviews from music industry icons such as Puff Daddy to more recently Irv Gotti. This time around the OG thugged out rapper from Queens got OG music industry executive Steve Stoute and one half of the producing duo Trackmasters, Samuel ‘Tone’ Barnes to drop by and indulge in some mind-altering substances while revealing some personal stories of their time in the industry.

In the clip below Tone reminisces about his time in the studio with a young Foxy Brown saying, “Fox was tough to work with” before laying down the reasons why he thought that was the case at the time.

Check it out below and peep the interview in its entirety tomorrow night at 10 pm on Revolt.

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Todd, Julie & Savannah Chrisley Talk About What Is In Store On ‘Chrisley Knows Best’

“Chrisley Knows Best” stars Todd, Julie and Savannah Chrisley join Access Hollywood’s Natalie Morales, Kit Hoover, and Scott Evans to dish on the new season of their popular reality show. “Chrisley Knows Best” airs at a new time on Thursdays at 10/9c on USA.


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LeBron and Dwayne Wade Talk Pumpkin Spice Latte

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Blade Runner 2049: Harrison Ford and Ryan Gosling Talk Acting, Blade Running, and Their Pecs

Blade Runner 2049 stars Harrison Ford and Ryan Gosling on their roles as Blade Runners, physically demanding parts, and the first time they met on set.
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Let Them Talk (Bonus Track Version) – Hugh Laurie

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Let Them Talk (Bonus Track Version)

Hugh Laurie

Genre: Blues

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: May 9, 2011

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This Science-Backed Trick Could Make All The Difference With Small Talk

A great pro-tip for keeping the conversation flowing.
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Emmy Award winners talk Trump backstage

Emmy Award winners Alec Baldwin, Kate McKinnon, and the cast of ‘Veep’ get political backstage in Los Angeles. No reporter narration.


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Kim Kardashian Shoots Down Rumors Of Surrogate Baby, Calls Talk “Invasive”

Kim Kardashian spoke out against the rumors that she and husband Kanye West are expecting a third child, reportedly a girl, by way of a surrogate mother. The reality television star said that the chatter isn’t true and that the family will announce news when they’re good and ready.

Kardashian was in New York this weekend taking in the festivities at New York Fashion Week, addressing the rumors exclusively with E! News.

E! News reports:

“I’ve definitely seen a lot of things, we’ve never confirmed anything,” she shared with E! News exclusively on Friday night. “So, I think when we’re ready to talk about it we will, and I think it’s super invasive when people are just… So many details out there, and like I’ve never heard this, I’ve never heard this. Like whatever. We have not confirmed it, and that’s that. I’ll let you know when we’re ready.”

Hopefully, that settles all of that for the West-Kardashian household.

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Do You Talk Funny?: 7 Comedy Habits to Become a Better (and Funnier) Public Speaker (Unabridged) – David Nihill

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Do You Talk Funny?: 7 Comedy Habits to Become a Better (and Funnier) Public Speaker (Unabridged)

David Nihill

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 14.95

Publish Date: November 13, 2015

© ℗ © 2015 FunnyBizz Books – David Nihill

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‘Game Of Thrones’ Cast Talk Series’ Most-Shocking Moments (Part 1)

At the “Game of Thrones” Season 7 premiere, John Bradley (Samwell Tarly), Gwendoline Christie (Brienne of Tarth), Iain Glen (Ser Jorah Mormont), Indira Varma (Ellaria Sand) and Liam Cunningham (Ser Davos Seaworth) tell Access Hollywood which moment from the show’s history they consider to be “most-shocking.” The “Game of Thrones” Season 7 finale airs Sunday at 9 PM ET/PT on HBO.


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‘Bachelor In Paradise’: Ashley I. & Jasmine Talk Raven & Alexis

“Bachelor in Paradise” star Jasmine Goode and alums Ashley and Lauren Iaconetti sit with Access Hollywood and discuss the most recent episode. “Bachelor in Paradise” airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8/7c on ABC.


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Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag Talk Future Play Dates With The Hills Kids

Heidi Montag, Spencer PrattThe Hills are alive with a baby boom!
Lauren Conrad is the latest cast member to welcome her first child, a baby boy named Liam Tell, and now Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag are closer…


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LDN Noise Talk ‘Monster,’ ‘4 Walls’ & Creating Hits for K-Pop’s Biggest Acts

LDN Noise, aka Greg Bonnick and Hayden Chapman, have worked with a lot of artists over the years, including Chris Brown, Nick Jonas, and Nathan…
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Woody Harrelson and Brie Larson talk “The Glass Castle”

Woody Harrelson and Brie Larson discuss sharing the screen for the first time in new film “The Glass Castle”. Saskia O’Donoghue reports


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‘World Of Dance’: Jennifer Lopez, Derek Hough, Ne-Yo & Jenna Dewan Tatum Talk Finals

“World Of Dance” judges Jennifer Lopez, Derek Hough and Ne-Yo, with host Jenna Dewan Tatum, discuss NBC’s “World of Dance” hitting the finals stage with Access Hollywood’s Liz Hernandez. And, the quartet talks about mentoring and working with the contestants. “World of Dance” airs Tuesday nights at 10/9c on NBC.


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Flawless Real Talk Takes Us On A Journey Through His Up’s and Downs

Flawless Real Talk

Go Back In Time To Where It All Began Flawless Real Talk continues to wow us with his incredible lyricism and creativity when it comes to music videos. Rappers are known for talking about the struggle and what they had to do in order to make it. However, to actually have evidence of their journey is… Read more »
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Flea Says Red Hot Chili Peppers Retirement Talk Is Silly

[[tmz:video id=”0_qje3esuz”]] The Red Hot Chili Peppers aren’t retiring anytime soon, at least not according to Flea – but it might depend on who you ask in the band. The legendary bassist was in Switzerland — where RHCP’s headlining the…

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Future Dances Through “Stick Talk” Video

Future drops the video for “Stick Talk,” easily a fan favorite off of his Dirty Sprite 2 album. 

It’s all about the turn up as Future dances through this visual.

Watch the Eif Rivera-directed video for “Stick Talk” below.

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Blac Chyna — Sharpie Talk All For Show … Future Ink Is Permanent (PHOTO)

Blac Chyna is trying to convince the world her Future tattoo isn’t the real deal — that it’s just a Sharpie drawing — but we have the proof it’s 100% authentic. Chyna and her friends posted a video on Snapchat Wednesday night where they all had…

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What's trending in the NFL: Jerry Jones' crazy talk and Brandon Marshall's thoughts on Greg Hardy

What's trending in the NFL: Jerry Jones' crazy talk and Brandon Marshall's thoughts on Greg Hardy
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People Gonna Talk – EP – AJ Kross

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People Gonna Talk – EP

AJ Kross

Genre: Country

Price: $ 4.95

Release Date: October 16, 2015

© ℗ 2015 AJ Kross

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Oprah Winfrey, Stephen Colbert talk faith — and swap favorite Bible verses

Oprah Winfrey swaps Biblical verses with Stephen Colbert while appearing on “The Late Show” to promote her new mini-series, “Belief.”


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Infographic: How To Talk To Your Child About Sex

It’s not easy to decide when and how to have a discussion with children about sex, and many parents wonder how explicit they should be or where to establish boundaries. Here are The Onion’s tips for having “the talk” with your kids:

  • Avoid being too vague or abstract when explaining sexual acts by using examples from your own life.
  • Make sure your children are paying close attention to what you’re saying, as it will undoubtedly inform their future memoir.
  • It’s also constructive to highlight for your child all the healthy alternatives to sex, such as youth groups and proselytizing.
  • Be an open book. Go ahead and tell them about all three sex positions.
  • Emphasize that sex is, above all, a consensual act. These are great lessons your child will carry with them until Beta Delta Tau initiation night.
  • If in doubt, let Coach Michelson handle it …




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GoldLink Reveals Album Cover & Single For Debut, And After That, We Didn’t Talk [LISTEN]

GoldLink moves ever so methodically you could almost confuse it for being missing in action if he didn’t pop up with something to show for it.

Well, rest assured, D.C. and the rest of the world can be proud to say his first studio album, and first project since the critically acclaimed The God Complex. Introducing And After That, We Didn’t Talk on his Instag…wait a minute. GoldLink doesn’t have an Instagram account, does he? After building his name and buzz out the DMV representer decided it was time to join the popular social media site and he unveiled his cryptic album cover in a 12-picture upload move.

And After That We Didn’t Talk features production from Demo Taped, Galimatias, Medasin, Tom Misch and his longtime collaborator Louie Lastic. Check out the album cover and see if you can decode the message.

goldlink-and-after-that-we-didnt-talk

The album releases on November 13 and is now available for pre-order on iTunes. The first single in “Spectrum” can be heard down below.


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And After That, We Didn’t Talk

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Expected Release Date: November 13, 2015

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EXCLUSIVE: Crooked I Criticizes Black Rappers For Being Afraid To Talk About Social Issues (VIDEO)

(AllHipHop News) With police brutality being a national news story for over a year and the 2016 presidential campaign dominating coverage, some Hip Hop artists have used their status to address social/political issues. According to Kxng Crooked I, more rappers need to step up and speak on the things taking place in America today.

[ALSO READ: Kanye West Talks The Delay On “SWISH” Album & Being A Fan Of Presidential Candidate Ben Carson]

“I just hate the way that Black rappers are scared to talk about what’s going on in America,” said Crooked. “They’re so tune into syrup, pills, weed, cars, women. If you take those subject matters away from them, they don’t rap about sh*t.”

The Slaughterhouse member also mentioned he is thinking about no longer using the word “n*gga.” In Crooked’s view, non-Black people are over abusing the n-word.

“When I say I don’t think you should say that, they say ‘well, you say it’.’ You Know what? I have to give some kind of credit to that comment,” explained Crooked.

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Tim Ferriss and I Talk about Everything on his Podcast

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“So…The Thing…pretty crazy, right?”

“Which Thing?”

The Internet Thing? The Person did that controversial Thing!”

“Oh, that Thing. Everyone’s been talking about that Thing.”

“Pretty crazy, right?”

“Awful.”

“I can’t believe The Person made fun of The Movement. The Movement is so important.”

“To be honest, I was really sick of The Movement.”

“Don’t you care about The Issue?”

“Oh, obviously I oppose The Issue.”

“Obviously.”

“It’s just The Movement got really annoying.”

“But now The Thing happened.”

“The Thing made it all worse. How could someone be so ignorant?”

“It wasn’t ignorance! The Person knew all about The Issue and was promoting it!”

“Well either way, it was totally over the line.”

“Totally.”

“And then The Supporters…”

“That’s the real problem. Not The Person but The Person’s Supporters…”

“Did you hear The Person’s Supporters got hate mail and death threats?”

“And then The People Sending Hate Mail And Death Threats got doxed!”

“And The People Who Did The Doxing got censored!”

“I hate censorship.”

“Me too.”

“And stereotypes.”

“Me too.”

“And The Person. But not enough to kill them. But I still hate them.”

“Me too.”

“It’s a Society’s problem, really.”

“And the Media.”

“The Media!”

“All the media.”

“Every single media.”

“Except The Daily Show. I love The Daily Show.”

“But it’s The New Guy.”

“Oh, right, The New Guy. Do you like him?”

“No. Do you?”

“No.”

“Have you watched him?”

“No. Have you?”

“No.”

“I miss The Old Guy.”

“What does it say about Society and Media when The Person is allowed to do The Thing?”

“Well, it’s not a question of allowed. Remember Freedom?”

“Right, Freedom means that The Person is allowed by law to do The Thing, but Media and Society shouldn’t allow The Person to do The Thing.”

“But Media and Society helped!”

“Of course. They’re the ones that caused The Issue in the first place!”

“Yeah!”

“Yeah!”

“So what are we going to do about The Issue?”

“I don’t know. I don’t remember what The Issue was.”

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The Sophomores: Novice Designers Talk About Their Return to NYFW

Three designers who launched their collections at New York Fashion Week in February — Gabriela Hearst, Ji Oh and Laura Vassar and Kristopher Brock, the husband-and-wife team behind Brock Collection — discuss what they learned from their first experience and what they changed for their second act.
WWD: What was the most exciting part of planning your first NYFW presentation last season?
Gabriela Hearst: It was our launch season and we’d been conceptualizing the project for more than two years, so it had been a long journey to get there. Only a few trusted key people had seen the collection so we were very excited to finally show it.
Ji Oh: The most exciting part for me was the casting. Finding the right face and the right attitude isn’t so easy, but still very fun. When a girl comes in and tries my clothes on and looks great, nothing makes me happier.
Laura Vassar and Kristopher Brock: Seeing the world we dreamt of come together was the most exciting part. The days before our presentation were our favorite — the styling, casting, hair and makeup tests, and set design.
 
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Does Doe B’s Mother Want To Talk To T.I.?

This situation with T.I. and Doe B is not going away. I promise. There is more to come, but in the meantime, I am getting word that Tip may want to talk to Doe’s mother! Her name is Shirley Thomas and she sent a very respectful “kite” to Tip, a source has revealed to me. Well, check out what she has to say. I wonder if the call request is because of this notion that T.I. owes Doe B. Click here for that story. Remember Tip COMPLETELY denies that he owes Doe anything and says that he made no money off of him either. Peep it.

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Exclusive: Michael Ealy & Morris Chestnut Talk Good Vs. Evil In The Perfect Guy

Just in time for cuffing season and autumn date nights, Sony is unleashing the steamy thriller, The Perfect Guy upon audiences. The film splices just the right amount of chocolate box star power as Sanaa Latham stars as Leah, a successful professional who gets involved with a seemingly perfect guy Carter (Michael Ealy) after her longtime relationship with Dave (Morris Chestnut) hits a stagnant point. Unbeknownst to her upon their first date, Carter possesses a lethal alter-ego and when Dave comes back into the picture, an even more serious conflict is spawned.

The film combines the talents of director David M. Rosenthal and writers Alan B. McElroy and Tyger Williams alongside Ealy and Lathan in the executive producer chair. Hip-Hop Wired caught up with both of the leading men of the film and we broke apart their unique dynamic in The Perfect Guy.

Morris, if you had a dollar for every time a fan claimed you were “the perfect guy” how much money would you be holding?

Morris Chestnut: [Laughs] I thought you were going to ask me, if I had a dollar for every time some yelled out ‘Rickyyy’ [from Boyz n the Hood] I’d be a billionaire; I’d be richer than Donald Trump. Luckily I have people and fans who root for me but they don’t really tell me I’m the perfect guy.

You are pretty much the ideal good guy in every movie you play. How close were you to shaking things up this time around?

Morris Chestnut: The shake-up was when I came into the restaurant and had a situation with Mike’s character. That was the closest…and it was fun! Mike’s a really good dude; he’s a great actor and we had a great time shooting it.

Mike, you actually got to play the bad guy. Did you like doing this role?

Michael Ealy: I loved it. I loved everything from start to finish. In terms of coming on board to the project to producing the project and being part of the creative process and developing the script to where it needed to be. And shooting this movie was amazing.

The movie got shot in like a month?

Morris Chestnut: We shot it pretty quickly and it was pretty contained.

Michael Ealy: It was about two months for me.

Was this your first time executive producing, Mike?

Michael Ealy: Yes, the first and definitely won’t be the last. I could definitely see myself behind-the-scenes and transitioning as time goes by.

But the audience doesn’t want to see you behind-the-scenes, though.

Michael Ealy: Yeah…that’s alright [Laughs]. It depends on the content you give them and I think you got to share the love. Everybody has to get the shine in all aspects.

What was it like working with a first-time director?

Michael Ealy: David isn’t a first-time director. He’s a first-time studio director. He’s done independent films and I’ve seen his work and David’s sensibilities were exactly what we needed in this movie. Because he’s not in the studio system, he has more indie traits and once you’ve seen the film, you’ll understand that it’s not as polished as say a Think Like a Man. It’s not as conventional and that’s what we’re going for. It’s a genre piece and people know the genre but we shot it from a grimy sensibility opposed to relying on other troupes from other movies.

With a stalker tale like this, we’ve started to see it more prevalent in the news. Is there some sort of domestic violence message in this film?

Morris Chestnut: I definitely think so. I’d say the overall message is really trying to get to know the person [that you date]. Take your time and don’t rush into anything too quickly and really learn to understand them.

Michael Ealy: I’d say this story is bigger than domestic violence. I think domestic violence almost simplifies the script because it’s not a case of domestic or verbal abuse–that’s What’s Love Got to Do with It. This is a thriller–like a romantic, psychological thriller if you will–and it’s more about Carter’s goal. Carter’s goal isn’t to hurt Leah. Carter’s goal is to make Leah do what he wants, which is to love him. As long as she’s loves him, then she’s going to be O.K. and that’s the sociopath in him talking. It’s about control and power.

Is Carter setting light-skinned brothers back with this film?

Michael Ealy: You know…[Laughs]…no! People have made this comment and that’s not really the goal. And I feel like there will be a couple of light-skinned brothers that will be proud of this [Laughs]. But I don’t think being a sociopath has anything to do with the tone of anyone’s skin so that won’t apply here and people will see that in the movie.

Speaking of Ricky, did you get a chance to check out Straight Outta Compton yet, Morris?

Morris Chestnut: I haven’t! I’ve been working on this TV show, Rosewood and it’s been really hard for me to take out 2 1/2 hours for the movie. But I’m definitely going to see it real soon.

How do you feel about being on TV once again?

Morris Chestnut: It’s a blessing, to having the opportunity and I’m looking forward to it doing well. The good thing about a movie is you get a lot of time to sit in your trailer to get your character right. TV shows move so fast which could be a good and a bad thing. Some time you don’t get to get into a scene as much but it’s also good not waiting like eight hours just to shoot the first shot.

Both of you guys are part of a pretty tight-knit group of Black Hollywood. When you get a script and see that one or the other–like Sanaa Latham is on board, does it make an automatic go for you?

Morris Chestnut: For me, that was definitely one of things seeing both Sanaa and Michael were involved. I said, ‘Wow, these are two high-caliber actors and I want to be a part of it and add to the mix and see if we can make something special.’ And our characters never really worked together in the movies that we’ve done together so this was a chance for that happen.

Michael Ealy: We had a good crew. Working with Sanaa was something I wanted to do for a long time and she didn’t disappoint because she’s just that good. And funny…so funny.

Trailers look like they give a lot of the movie away but they really don’t. What can people expect from The Perfect Guy?

Morris Chestnut: They give some good moments away but there’s still the journey. A lot of times what I find is when it’s a good movie that’s well-executed, you kind of forget the trailer and getting engrossed in the movie step-by step, so hopefully this happens with this one.

Michael Ealy: There is still plenty of good moments that haven’t been given away and I can’t wait for people to see those moments, seeing that the studio has been playing nice.

The Perfect Guy hits theaters tomorrow, September 11. Pre-purchase your tickets on Fandago.


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Wale “The Bloom,” Maino “Love My Ni**as,” Slim Thug “O.G. Talk” & More | Daily Visuals 9.7.15

It’s starting to seem as if the Maybach Music family motto is “no days off” as its artists continue to drop new visuals on a weekly basis.

Today Wale releases the clip to his bubbly radio cut, “The Bloom” off his last LP, The Album About Nothing. Matching the tone of the music, the sunny visuals finds Wale and Stokley Williams enjoying life on a private beach resort where the water is clear and the champagne flows like your favorite deceased rapper.

Maino meanwhile holds court in the middle of the projects where the only clear water you’ll find is bottled up in the bodega.

Accompanied by Vado and Uncle Murda, the self-proclaimed King of Brooklyn puts down the crown for a second and professes his love for his posse while the people of the PJ’s show out in support of the three rappers. I have to admit, seeing Maino without the gold crown has become just as weird as seeing T-Pain without the Top Hats.

Check out the rest of today’s releases including some clips you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from Slim Thug, Kidd Kidd, and more.

 

WALE FT. STOKLEY WILLIAMS – “THE BLOOM”

MAINO FT. VADO & UNCLE MURDA – “LOVE MY NI**AS”

SLIM THUG – “O.G. TALK”

 

KIDD KIDD – “MR. ROGERS”

 

LIL REESE FT. LIL DURK – “MYSELF”

 

SCRILLA FT. FETTY WAP – “MONEY KAN’T BUY EVERYTHING”

BRICC BABY FT. ALIA ROSE – “ALONE”

 

INDIANA ROME FT. THERESA PAYNE – “DOLLAR SHORT”

 

EARLLY MAC – “F*CK EM”

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How To Talk To Kids About Tragedy (And What Not To Say)

Opening up an age-appropriate dialogue with your children about a tragedy can be difficult, but it’s necessary in order to help them process, cope and feel safe. What’s the best way to talk to young people about tragedy or senseless acts of violence? Dr. Phil offers this advice:

• Talk, talk talk. Reassure your child as to his or her safety and security. Find out your child’s questions and answer them. If your child is going to get information, make sure he or she gets that information from you — in a familiar setting, in your own home, on your own couch. Make physical contact, hug him or her and put your hands on your child — make sure he or she feels safe.

• When you talk about something scary, talk to your child in a normal voice. Don’t use euphemisms. Tell him or her straight. But don’t tell it in a whispery voice. That just makes it more scary.

• If your child is under the age of 6, by all means protect him or her — limit exposure to media. There’s not much he or she can say about it, and it’s not a good thing to visit these images if he or she doesn’t need to see them. The younger your children are, the more abstract you need to be in talking about what has happened, because they don’t have an ability to understand the concept of death or the gravity of the situation. But if you have a child who is aware of this — a friend tells him or her on the playground, he or she sees it on the news or on the Internet — and he or she asks questions, you need to be honest, but you don’t want to over-share. Answer questions without specifics, and don’t go beyond the questions asked.

• If your child is 8 to preteen, then answer his or her questions and let the child know that this is an isolated event and that we, as a country, have the ability to step up security. It’s very important to talk to him or her about being watchful. What makes kids feel really worried and scared is if they feel like they’re helpless. Empower your child with a sense of participation — tell him or her to watch for packages that nobody is around, a bag left that nobody seems to be attending to, and not to approach it but to tell someone in authority. That gives children a sense of empowerment. They say, “Wow. I can be the eyes and ears and be helpful.” Then they don’t feel like they’re just out there with nothing to do. It really helps and gives them a sense of participation.

• If you have an older child, have an intelligent conversation where you can discuss what is in the news, help raise his or her awareness and again, enlist his or her aid in being watchful and able to help. Talk to him or her about what he or she has read, have an intelligent discussion and perhaps, you can suggest articles.

• Conduct business as usual as far as school, life patterns and predictability.

• Explain the isolated nature of the occurrence. You can tell your child that someone did a very bad thing, but it’s over, and assure your child that he or she is safe.

• Let your child know that telling is not tattling.

• Be patient with individual reactions. Children process things internally, and this is a lot to wrap their head around. You’re going to see sadness, anger, irritability and guilt. You’ll find that sometimes, even kids feel guilty. You’ll see a little bit of shock in the beginning. You may also see fatigue, stomachaches and headaches.

• When there’s violence involved, it’s not unusual to see children regress a little bit. You might even see your child go back to behavior from a couple of years ago — he or she is just reaffirming that he or she is OK and that you’re going to take care of him or her. But the more you get your child to talk, it’s just cathartic, and he or she will snap out of it. If your child starts to withdraw and become isolated, consider contacting a professional.

• The main thing you don’t want to do is let any of your children become obsessed with this and watch it over, and over and over.

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The U.S. And Chile Got The UN Security Council To Talk LGBT Rights

WASHINGTON — The most powerful body at the United Nations on Monday had its first ever conversation about lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues. 

A group of speakers — including two gay Middle Eastern survivors of anti-LGBT persecution by the Islamic State militant group, as well as U.N. Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson and an advocate for global LGBT equality — addressed an informal gathering of top diplomats whose countries sit on the U.N. Security Council.

The United States and Chile co-sponsored the event, which was unprecedented for the Security Council, a number of whose member states are notoriously intolerant of LGBT people. The event’s organizers, mindful of the diplomatic sensitivities that accompany discussions of LGBT issues, classified the event as an Arria-formula meeting – a type of unofficial, confidential and non-mandatory gathering of Security Council members.

Thirteen of the 15 current Security Council member states attended Monday’s meeting, a U.N. diplomat in attendance told The Huffington Post. Angola and Chad were the only countries that skipped the event.

Samantha Power, the U.S. ambassador to the U.N., launched the event by acknowledging its groundbreaking nature.

“Today we are making U.N. history,” Power told the attendees. “This is the first time in history that the Council has held a meeting on the victimization of LGBT persons. It is the first time we are saying, in a single voice, that it is wrong to target people because of their sexual orientation and gender identity. It is a historic step. And it is, as we all know, long overdue.”

Referring to the Islamic State group’s widely publicized targeting of LGBTQ residents of Iraq and Syria, Power told the diplomats that “we are coming together as a Security Council to condemn these acts, to demand they stop, and to commit to one day bringing the perpetrators to justice. That unified condemnation matters.”

A gay man from Iraq, who addressed the Security Council members by phone using a pseudonym, had previously told The New York Times that he “hadn’t been breathing” for weeks as he tried to escape the Islamic State militants who took over his hometown. 

The other man, a Syrian named Subhi Nahas, had faced threats from both the Islamic State and Jabhat al-Nusra, the Syrian affiliate of al Qaeda, Power told the Security Council gathering.

Power pointed out that it’s not only extremist groups like the Islamic State that target LGBT individuals in these countries. Both men had faced discrimination and threats from Iraqis and Syrians not linked to the Islamic State or to Jabhat an-Nusra, she said.

“While the targeting of LGBT individuals in the region appears to have worsened as ISIL’s power has grown, such violence and hatred existed well before the group’s dramatic rise, and that violence and hatred extends far beyond ISIL’s membership,” Power said, using the Obama administration’s preferred name for the Islamic State group. “Condemning ISIL’s violent and systematic targeting of LGBT individuals is the easiest step we can take today. Because while today’s session is focused on the crimes against LGBT persons committed by ISIL, we know the scope of this problem is much broader.”

“The effort to defend the equal rights of LGBT persons must also be waged within every one of our countries, even those where important progress has been made — and that includes in the United States,” she continued. “For just as this year we have made tremendous strides in advancing LGBT rights in the United States, we are under no illusion that the work is finished. Every one of our countries can and must do more to advance these rights domestically.”

The U.N. Security Council comprises 15 countries. Five of them, including the U.S., are permanent members, and two of those permanent member states, Russia and China, have received international criticism for their track records on LGBT rights. The current group of 10 non-permanent members includes LGBT-friendly countries like Chile and New Zealand, but also countries like Nigeria, where same-sex couples can be imprisoned for up to 14 years.

Power told the Times that the U.S. hopes to get LGBT rights “into the DNA” of the U.N.

That way, she said, “when you’re talking about minorities or vulnerable groups, you would always have L.G.B.T. people included.” 

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He suggests, “First off, are you just standing around waiting for lightning to strike? You need to decide what you want and then you need to put yourself in a safe, target-rich environment where you have a chance of meeting somebody. If what you’re doing is not working, change it. Decide what you want, decide what you need and put yourself into action.”

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Kate Clinton, Edie Windsor and LGBT Supporters Talk Equality (AUDIO)

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In the conclusion of my exclusive two part audio montage series I talked with LGBT lawyers, activists and allies at the annual Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders (GLAD) Summer Party at the Pilgrim Monument and Museum in Provincetown, Massachusetts. This has been an epic year to celebrate especially with the historic Supreme Court marriage equality ruling but we still have a lot more work to do and this work needs to be funded. There was a silent auction at the event and our favorite political humorist Kate Clinton returned as auctioneer extraordinaire raising $ 160,000 for GLAD. Then I talked to Elyse Cherry who is CEO of Boston Community Capital and served as a board member of GLAD in the 1990’s when the marriage battle began 20 years ago. Cherry hopes that our LGBT community builds on the momentum of the historic Supreme Court ruling and LGBT candidates run for political office throughout the nation. Then I chatted with Gary Buseck GLAD’s Legal Director who has been involved with GLAD in various capacities for more than 35 years including serving as Executive Director from 1997 to January, 2004. Gary talked about celebrating the wonderful progress GLAD has achieved so far and ready to move to the next level of LGBT equality which include national nondiscrimination protections for our community. He is especially concerned about our LGBT youth’s safety in and out of the school and religious liberty issues.

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Next I chatted with Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey who is the first openly gay state attorney general elected in America. Maura talked about celebrating the work GLAD has done advancing equality across the country. When asked about what she would you like to see happen for LGBT equality in the next few years Healey talked about advancing transgender protections, safety for LGBT young people and ensuring LGBT seniors’ healthcare and nursing home protections. Then Dianne Phillips, GLAD’s Board of Directors President talked about what’s on the agenda for the organization including their current lawsuit Jacqueline Cote, et al. v. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. where Wal-Mart has violated the federal Civil Rights Act by discriminating against Jacqueline Cote based on her sex.
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When I asked Kate Clinton about her spin on recent advancements for our LGBT community she joked that you can always judge our success by backlash that’s already happening by our opponents. Kate also reminded me that although we can now legally marry in all 50 states our community can still be fired in 30 of those states where sexual orientation is not protected and how the national Equality Act needs to pass to finally end LGBT discrimination. Next I chatted with Robert Four who has been involved in the marriage movement since the late 1990’s. Robert stated he would like to see comprehensive nondiscrimination legislation across the country that would ensure housing and job security for our LGBT community. Then I spoke to artist Barbara Cohen who has supported GLAD for years and also strives to see equality across the board for our LGBT community. Barbara attended the Summer Party with marriage icon Edie Windsor who she graciously introduced me to. Edie told me she was at the event because GLAD began the whole marriage movement. Windsor had one request and that was to stop using the term “same-sex marriage.” I agree with Edie 100%. For over ten years I have been trying to educate the heterosexual and LGBT community to not use the term that was conceived by Karl Rove the former White House Deputy Chief of Staff during the George W. Bush administration to raise a red flag with the religious right by using the word “sex” in describing our LGBT community. When mainstream media uses this term all you can hear is the redundancy of the word sex. When asked what she would like to see happen for LGBT equality in the next few years Edie added she would like to see LGBT homeless kids who statistically account for 50% of all homeless youth to be off the streets and receive the love and support they deserve just for being themselves. She concluded by saying she was pleased to see the progress happening for trans people in this country and hopes to see rights for not just gender but gender identity.
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In the video above, Dr. Phil talks about how he’s heard from numerous single people who say, “By my age, all the good ones are gone.” What’s interesting, he says, is that he’s hearing that from both men and women. “Now if that’s true, then it must not be the case that all the good ones are gone!” he concludes.

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He suggests, “First off, are you just standing around waiting for lightning to strike? You need to decide what you want and then you need to put yourself in a safe, target-rich environment where you have a chance of meeting somebody. If what you’re doing is not working, change it. Decide what you want, decide what you need and put yourself into action.”

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Multitasking Smith Siblings Talk Music, Modeling, Acting

It’s hard not to stare at the Smith siblings, especially at close range. Seated shoulder-to-shoulder on a velvet sofa, a riot of platinum and ebony hair, porcelain skin and long limbs, they can disarm even the most jaded with their piercing blue eyes and impish smiles. For the uninitiated, the Smiths are Lucky Blue (17), Pyper America (18), Daisy Clementine (19) and Starlie Cheyenne (21), the Utah-bred models and musicians who are igniting the fashion and social media worlds.
“When I post a picture of myself, I can get lots of ‘likes,’ but when we’re all in one together, it like, blows up,” explains Lucky, who has reached mega-heartthrob status with 1.2 million Instagram followers and an average of 40,000 “likes” per post, impressive for a male model.
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Rose Marie Bravo, Pamela Baxter Talk Arnault, Lauder and Reinvention

NEW YORK — What’s the difference between Bernard Arnault and Leonard Lauder?
Not much, according to Pamela Baxter, president and chief executive officer of perfumes and cosmetics Americas at LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, president of Christian Dior Couture and a former top executive at the Estée Lauder Cos. Inc.
“Obviously, one is very French and very reserved. Leonard is very gregarious and very social. Both have huge passions for art, huge collections and the money to back that up. One built a museum to put his art in [referring to Fondation Louis Vuitton] and the other donated his art to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York,” Baxter said in a conversation with Rose Marie Bravo at 21 Club here Wednesday as part of the Fashion Group International’s “The Tastemakers” series.
“They both have an attention to detail that is unlike anything you would ever see,” she added. “Bernard Arnault redesigns cosmetic counters at Bergdorf Goodman. If you did store tours with Leonard, he knew the beauty advisers and he would get behind the counters to rearrange how the lipsticks were merchandised.”
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What Not To Talk About At The Dinner Table

The older woman in this picture is my great aunt Alma Underwood Laird. She was sort of shy, a wonderful woman and was what was called at the time a “maiden spinster.” In this picture she is only 41 years old, but I always thought she was much older.
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When women in the family talked about Aunt Alma, they often would finish a comment with “Bless her heart.” She had the biggest feet I have ever seen: once at my grandmother’s house on the bay, she took off her shoes and waded in the water with us. I said to my mom that it looked like a dinosaur had been walking down the beach, but my mom told me to be quiet that instant so I didn’t say much more. But they were huge, you could have skied on them.

This picture is from Christmas Dinner in 1962 when we lived in Dothan. The Christmas tree as well as the overly realistic folding-cardboard Christmas mantle I insisted that we buy from Elmore’s Department Store in the back of the picture gives it away.

At the table you see my sister Sara Hitchcock Beck, our mother Pat Laird Hitchcock, mother’s aunt, Alma Underwood Laird wearing the lovely Harlequin glasses, me, then brother Laird Hitchcock is the child in the chair.

Those who remember my Daddy know that he was talented in so many areas, one of which was that special gift of small talk and table conversation. He had that wonderful ability to be able to talk to anyone, literally anyone, on their level and about their interests and make them comfortable in our home.

Taking his place at the head of the table, Daddy said the blessing, and then we started serving plates. As my mom was passing the deviled eggs to Aunt Alma, Daddy broached the meal’s conversation.

“Well Aunt Alma, you are looking well (I didn’t think so…she was only 41 in this picture but I kept my mouth shut). How have you been?”

Aunt Alma spoke with a typical small-town Florida drawl.

“Well Billy, (she always called Daddy Billy), to be perfectly honest, my bowels haven’t moved in four days.” I sensed this was more perfectly honest talk than Daddy was prepared for at the that moment.

Dead silence….well over two minutes…a long time for silence of any kind in our house.

You need to know that my Daddy rarely swore. I can only remember a couple of times he actually used swear words….he would modify them a little bit.

“Well Golly-Damn Alma, Golly-Damn.”

At the time that was the worst thing I had ever heard my Daddy say and I was highly amused. My laughter was cut short by a glare from my mother that could have taken the head off of a chicken. The rest of the meal was unrelieved with conversation, other than “pass the butter, turkey, salt, peas” or whatever was needed.

This is the one and only time I ever saw my Daddy speechless with no place to take the conversation. Bless his heart.

One other thing you need to know about Aunt Alma: she was so kind and good to me and all of the other cousins and kids…and played a helluva game of kickball. I guess it was the size of those feet. She could kick a ball for miles.

I suspect she secretly longed for children of her own.

She died a few years after this picture was taken, at the young age of 48. A heart attack, while picking figs in her garden on a blisteringly hot August morning in West Bay.

It is doubtful that she even knew what hit her. There was a Kool-100 cigarette on the ground next to her that had burned all the way down to the filter tip. She was lying right next to one of her huge fig trees, heavily-laden with fruit that she didn’t get to pick.

The day that she died, she had planned a trip, a trip to take all of us kids for hamburgers and then go to Phillips Inlet, FL to see the porpoises. We didn’t go.

Today, when I cross the bridge at the Inlet, I get a lump in my throat thinking of Aunt Alma and the trip that didn’t happen. And when the turkey is passed at any holiday meal, I remember my Daddy, speechless for once in his life and I have to tell you that makes me smile.

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How To Talk To Girls: Getting Over Approach Anxiety

The thought of approaching a total stranger can be pretty intimidating, especially when you are first learning how to talk to girls. However, knowing the right mindsets and a couple of techniques can mean the difference between searching Craigslist’s “missed connections” section and searching for a good location for your first date.
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Can We Just, Like, Get Over The Way Women Talk?

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Like, have you ever noticed that women apologize too much? Sorry, but just humor me for a second here. What if, um, how we’re speaking is actually part of what’s undermining us in the workplace, in politics, and anywhere in the public sphere where we want to be taken seriously? I think it could be time for us all to assess how we’re talking. Does that make sense to you, too?

It makes sense to tech-industry veteran Ellen Leanse, who explains that women overuse the word just, which sends “a subtle message of subordination.” Essayist Sloane Crosley and comedian Amy Schumer tell us not to say “sorry” so often. A career coach warns the readers of Goop that women use too many qualifiers (“I’m no expert, but …”), which undermine their opinions. Radio listeners complain of “vocal fry” that makes it impossible to listen to women. And according to a Hofstra University professor, women who suffer from upspeak — also known as “Valley Girl lift”? — reveal “an unexplainable lack of confidence” in their opinions when they turn declarative sentences into questions.

As someone who’s never been shy about opening her mouth and telling you exactly what she thinks, this barrage of information about the problems inherent in women’s speech has me questioning my own voice. Here I am, thinking that I’m speaking normally and sharing my thoughts on campaign-finance reform or the Greek debt crisis or the politics of marriage, when apparently the only thing that other people are hearing is a passive-aggressive, creaky mash-up of Cher Horowitz, Romy and Michele, and the Plastics. I’m as much a fan of these fictional heroines as the next woman, but I want people to hear what I’m saying and take me seriously.

At first blush, all of this speaking advice sounds like empowerment. Stop sugarcoating everything, ladies! Don’t hedge your requests! Refuse to water down your opinions! But are women the ones who need to change? If I’m saying something intelligent and all a listener can hear is the way I’m saying it, whose problem is that?

“All the discussion is about what we think we hear,” the feminist linguist Robin Lakoff tells me. Lakoff is a professor emerita at the University of California, Berkeley, and, 40 years ago, pioneered the study of language and gender. “With men, we listen for what they’re saying, their point, their assertions. Which is what all of us want others to do when we speak,” Lakoff says. “With women, we tend to listen to how they’re talking, the words they use, what they emphasize, whether they smile.”

Men also use the word just. Men engage in upspeak. Men have vocal fry. Men pepper their sentences with unnecessary “likes” and “sorrys.” I haven’t read any articles encouraging them to change this behavior. The supposed distinctions between men’s and women’s ways of talking are, often, not that distinct. “Forty years after Lakoff’s groundbreaking work, we’ve learned that all such generalizations are over-generalizations: none of them are true for every woman in every context (or even most women in most contexts),” writes feminist linguist and blogger Debbie Cameron. “We’ve also learned that some of the most enduring beliefs about the way women talk are not just over-generalizations, they are — to put it bluntly — lies.” Maybe we don’t sound like a pack of Cher Horowitzes after all.

Still, I care about good diction — I want to be heard and understood. When I’m writing, it’s easy to do a control-F for “I think” and delete all of the wishy-washy words that are diluting my opinions. When I’m speaking, it’s much harder to notice which linguistic tics I exhibit. And until I started co-hosting a podcast, I was fairly oblivious to my own vocal patterns. Then the emails and tweets started rolling in, advising me and my co-host that we would sound a lot smarter if we could just pay a bit more attention to our speech. The list of complaints mirrors the advice-driven articles I’ve seen scattered over the internet lately. “Fingernails on a chalkboard,” wrote one reviewer on iTunes. “One has up-talk, the other has vocal fry and both use the word like every frigging third word… These are the ladies Amy Schumer goofs on.”

It quickly became apparent that if we were to take the advice of all of our detractors — carefully enunciating, limiting our likes, moderating our tone to avoid vocal fry — our podcast would sound very different. It would be stripped of its cadence and its meaning; it would lose the casual, friendly tone we wanted it to have and its special feeling of intimacy. It wouldn’t be ours anymore. “This stuff is just one more way of telling powerful women to shut up you bitch,” says Lakoff. “It makes women self-conscious and makes women feel incompetent and unable to figure out the right way to talk.” She adds, “There is no right way.” Especially if you want to sound like yourself, and not some weird, stilted robot.

Indeed, as with salary negotiations in which women are damned if they don’t ask for a raise and penalized for being overly aggressive if they do, tweaking speech to be more direct and less deferential comes with its own consequences. “When women talk in ways that are common among women, and are seen as ineffective or underestimated, they’re told it’s their fault for talking that way,” the linguist Deborah Tannen, who’s written several best-selling books about gender and language, told me. “But if they talk in ways that are associated with authority, and are seen as too aggressive, then that, too, is their fault when people react negatively.” Asking women to modify their speech is just another way we are asked to internalize and compensate for sexist bias in the world. We can’t win by eliminating just from our emails and like from our conversations.

Lakoff argues that the very things career coaches advise women to cut out of their speech are actually signs of highly evolved communication. When we use words like so, I guess, like, actually, and I mean, we are sending signals to the listener to help them figure out what’s new, what’s important, or what’s funny. We’re connecting with them. “Rather than being weakeners or signs of fuzziness of mind, as is often said, they create cohesion and coherence between what speaker and hearer together need to accomplish — understanding and sharing,” Lakoff says. “This is the major job of an articulate social species. If women use these forms more, it is because we are better at being human.”

Language is not always about making an argument or conveying information in the cleanest, simplest way possible. It’s often about building relationships. It’s about making yourself understood and trying to understand someone else. As anyone who’s ever shared an inside joke knows, it’s fun. This can be true even at work or in public — places where women are most likely to be dismissed because of the way they speak. To assume that our verbal tics are always negative is to assume that the goal of all speech is the same. Which of course is patently ridiculous.

Maybe women are undermining themselves a bit when they, like, speak in a way they find more natural. But only in the sense that they are seeking to articulate their thoughts more authentically and connect more directly with the people listening to them. Next time I read some advice from a podcast listener or from some self-styled expert on the internet about how women are too creaky-voiced, too apologetic, or using a word too much, I know exactly how I’ll respond: As if.

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Miguel & Photographer Daniel Sannwald Talk Wildheart Psychedelic Artwork [Photos]

As if the lead single “Coffee” wasn’t indication enough, Miguel’s new album, Wildheart is audio acid that melts your senses and supplies a warm and fuzzy R&B experience. Where the California crooner and his trusty team of producers and engineers were able to convey that sensation on wax, photographer Daniel Sannwald moonlit as an astronomer (get it?) to give off that psychedelic feeling in Wildheart‘s artwork.

Miguel and the European photographer recently sat down with Dan Reilly on the Instagram blog to break down the exact science of capturing the moment.

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“In the Bible, it says we’re created in God’s image and we are gods ourselves,” Miguel explains. “The empowerment of knowing and trusting yourself and your intuition, you do feel very powerful — not in an egotistical way but in a free way. For a wildheart, knowing what they want, knowing what they believe in, what they stand for, is a very empowering thing because when you do that, you free yourself from the opinions of others. You trust yourself more and your instincts are wilder.”


“That’s how Miguel describes the message behind the cover for his excellent new album Wildheart, a striking image that features him shirtless, holding a nude woman, surrounded by stars and clouds.”

Later in the feature, Sannwald described meeting the R&B star (who is reportedly better than Frank Ocean) and how their minds aligned like a planetarium for the sake of the vision.

“He’s such a sweet and open-minded person, so it’s really easy to connect with him,” Sandwald admits. “They kind of divided the record into different drug experiences, like an LSD trip to an ecstasy trip to a cocaine trip, so I think they reached out to different people to start the vision of what would suit that kind of visual experience. I was LSD. I love anything psychedelic, I love colors, I love to create unexpected worlds.”

Wildheart is current ranked #3 on the Billboard 200 and is available on iTunes and Apple Music now. Scroll through the gallery below to see the layered artwork from the album.

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Nutso Ft. Blacastan & General Steele – “Str8 Talk” (Video)

There’s a big difference between a New York record and a New York “sounding” record. The differences may seem trivial, but in the internet era, a track coming from the East Coast could pass as if it was from the West Coast, or even the Dirty South. But to those of us raised by the sounds of kicks, snares, and thick bass lines are well aware of the impact they’ve had in our infatuation with the culture, which as of late has seemed to have taken a back seat to other styles.

Luckily, Nutso, a Queens block boy, born and raised in the Rotten Apple, is here to supply us with some “Str8 Talk”; a gritty cut that’s sure to remind those that have been sleeping, that there’s no place quite like the home of Hip-Hop…NYC. Joined by Blacastan, and General Steele (of Smif-n-Wessun), the Ali Charlemagne (of Lightward Media) directed visuals, highlights both the skyline, and various bridges of the concrete jungle. “Str8 Talk” is the final video taken from Nutso’s Divided Soul EP, which is produced entirely by Divided Souls Ent. & DJ Pain 1, and available for digital download and compact disc, courtesy of #NoLabelJustUs.

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Guide Shows Teachers How To Talk With Kids About Gay Marriage

The largest American LGBT civil rights organization and the largest teacher’s union want to help educators talk to kids about gay marriage.

The educational arm of the Human Rights Campaign Foundation and the National Education Association on Friday released a guide for educators to talk with students about marriage equality. The guide was put out the same day that the U.S. Supreme Court declared bans on same-sex marriage unconstitutional and said states must recognize same-sex unions.

The guide, titled “Who Can Marry Whom? Inclusive Conversations About Marriage,” includes sample conversations for teachers to have with students and a checklist for creating an inclusive school environment.

Here’s one of the sample conversations:

“Can Jorge’s dads get married? I thought two men couldn’t get married.”
“Yes, his dads can get married now. This summer, the U.S. Supreme Court
decided that all the states should allow two men, two women, or a man and
a woman to get married.”

The checklist for an inclusive school environment asks teachers to consider whether they use inclusive language on school forms, whether school art displays diverse family structures, and whether students are exposed to diverse role models in literature.

“Do staff and educators treat all families with respect and avoid stereotyping or judgment when communicating with two mom and two-dad, single-parent, racially diverse and/or multi-linguistic families?” asks the checklist.

The Human Rights Campaign also recommends books for kids that highlight diverse families with same-sex parents.

We asked some of our teacher Twitter followers about how they plan to discuss the topic with their students after the Supreme Court ruling. Here’s what they told us:

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You Want Attention? Talk About Me, Not You

I don’t mean to literally talk about me, Tucker Max, that would be a terrible way to get attention.

I am talking about “me” in the plural sense, as the customer or reader or client. Lemme explain. Every single day of my life, someone asks me this question:

“How do I get people to pay attention to my writing? What’s your trick?”

So I’ll ask them who their writing is for, and this is what they say:

“Me, me, me, me, me, me! MEEEE!! EVERYONE LOOK AT ME!!”

OK, I’m exaggerating. They usually don’t scream, but the answer is always about themselves, never about their audience. They tell me what their book or blog post or writing means to them. Most people write only with themselves in mind, and not with an audience in mind.

And that’s precisely the reason why no ones care about their writing.

It’s really funny that Tucker Max is telling you this, isn’t it? To not focus on yourself? Because you’re probably thinking, “Didn’t you sell millions of books that were just talking about yourself?”

Actually, no.

My books are the perfect example of the right way to do this. Even if you’re a huge fan and read all my books cover to cover, you still don’t know very much about me at all. My books are funny stories about stupid things I did, and they are designed to entertain the reader. There is almost nothing in there that is actually about me, or written for me. It’s all written for the reader – which is why it sells so well, and that is key lesson here. If you’re trying to get attention for your writing – or actually, ANY product or idea at all – please listen to this fact:

No one cares about your writing. They only care about what your writing does for them.

This is the best advice you can get for trying to get anyone to do anything – read your writing, buy your product, go to your bar, anything. My area of expertise is writing and books and publishing, but this applies to everything. See, watch it work:

No one cares about your product, they only care about what your product does for them.

And of course, services:

No one cares about your service, they only care about what your service does for them.

Watch it work in all sales:

No one cares about what you’re selling, they only care about what it does for them.

It even works in broad categories, like ideas:

No one cares about your idea, they only care about what your idea means to them.

I bet you understand already. We’re all sophisticated buyers of products and services, and this is how we buy things for ourselves  - - by calculating if the product or service will provide a value to us.

Yet, when the roles are reversed and people start trying to get attention for their product or service, they lose their damn minds, and somehow think that everyone has to pay attention to them just because they want them to. It’s like as a society we have decided to be perfectly rational buyers, and totally irrational sellers.

But at least with a product or a service, people ultimately understand that they’re making something for someone else. So unless they are blinded by the self-proclaimed brilliance of their idea/product, they eventually get that it has to appeal to the buyer. With books or blog posts or writing, people really lose their minds, because people think of a their writing in a totally different way.

Most people see their writing as a piece of themselves, as a representation of their identity, or some sort of personal validation. They think that getting attention for their writing will confirm and validate their idea, and thus themselves. I have seen this over and over and over.

I would say less than 10 percent of the writing I see is actually about delivering value to an audience; the rest is ultimately about the writer, not the audience. You’re probably making this mistake too, without even realizing it.

This is literally what we deal with everyday in our publishing company. When we started our company, we thought the most important service we provided to authors was saving them time (our process only takes authors about 12 hours). That time saving is great, but the real value we provide to authors comes from helping them see exactly what wisdom they have that’s interesting to other people  —  which is the only way to get attention for your book.

We charge a decent sized fee for our services, but I’ll explain to you exactly what we do to get authors to understand this, because if you write anything for anyone  —  a book, blog, newsletter  —  this is process will make your writing better.

There’s three basic steps that will ensure you get attention for your book or blog post (and yes, this works almost the exact same way for anything):

-What is your goal for this book/blog post/piece of writing (or product or service or idea)?

-What audience do you need to reach in order to accomplish that goal?

-What wisdom, information or value can you deliver to that audience that will help them reach their goals?

Do you see what that process does? It centers the entire discussion on the audience, not on yourself. Why does this matter? Because no one cares about your writing, they care about what your writing does for them.

I’ll give you a specific example of how we took an author through this process, how it turned his book from a dud into something that got a ton of attention, and it will show you how to do this with your writing (or product):

This entrepreneur wanted to write a book about how he built a large commercial plumbing contracting business, in order to drive clients to his business and raise his profile in the plumbing industry. He was very proud of his company and wanted more people to know about it (and I think he secretly had visions of this book elevating him alongside famous business people like Jack Welch and Sheryl Sandberg). There was a small problem:

No one on earth wants to read a self-congratulatory book about plumbing (I won’t make the obvious poop joke here).

We walked him through our exercise, and he realized that the audience he needed to hit in order to reach his goal (people who buy commercial plumbing services or care about the plumbing industry) were never going to read his book  —  unless he said something of interest to them.

So we asked him a bunch of questions about plumbing, the problems in the business, his experiences, and realized something: He had an incredible way of evaluating and speccing out commercial jobs that was genuinely revolutionary (at least as far as you can revolutionize plumbing). And guess what? That information would be incredibly valuable to the exact audience he needed to hit: people who buy commercial plumbing services.

So that’s what his book became  —  the definitive guide on how to evaluate and spec out commercial plumbing jobs. Which will NOT put him next to the titans of business, but it WILL get him in front of exactly the people he wants, in exactly the way he wants it.

And it’s happening only because he used his wisdom to help his audience reach their goals.

See how this works? This is the key to getting attention for any writing  –  books, blog posts, even tweets  —  first make your writing about the other person, help them reach their goals, and that will inspire them to both engage your writing and then share it with others. That’s the only writing that anyone cares about reading  –  the writing that helps them.

You decide what to read based on the same calculus, right  —  what is potentially useful to you? So why do you think anyone will read your writing based on what it means to you? They won’t. Write with your audience in mind, and then getting attention is easy. And if you do that, then they will engage your writing (or product or idea), and that is how you reach your goal.

As my friend Justine Musk says, “The question isn’t how the world can cater to your passions, but how your passions can cater to the world.”

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Matt Lauer’s Interview with Rachel Dolezal Shows Why It’s So Hard to Talk About Race in America

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Yesterday Rachel Dolezals parents appeared on ABC’s Good Morning America and suggested that their estranged daughter was immersed in some sort of full-bore identity crisis and in need of help. Based on what we had read about her so far, it seemed likely that they were right about Dolezal, the former head of the Spokane chapter of the NAACP who stepped down yesterday after being outed as a Caucasian woman posing as a light-skinned black woman.

Yet when Dolezal appeared this morning on the Today show—her skin heavily bronzed, her hair worn in a sort of loose Afro, her facial features almost the carbon copy of her mother’s—she came across as composed, measured, in control of her own story, and, though this feels crazy to admit, sane.

As Matt Lauer questioned her about the ways, over the years, that she has misrepresented herself, encouraging the world to make faulty assumptions about her background, she repeatedly towed the same line: I identify as black, other people are uncomfortable with that, but it’s what’s in my heart that matters and it’s the experience I’m living that’s truly important.

What struck me most about Dolezal was her unwillingness (granted, it’s sometimes infuriating) to concede even a smidge to Lauer’s worldview, even as he pushed her further and further to the brink with questions intended to provoke. Nodding, occasionally smiling, Dolezal refused to take the bait. They seemed to be talking past each other, having two completely different conversations about race in America. Each time Lauer attempted to pin her down, Dolezal pivoted, scooting out from under his questions, reframing the conflict in her own words, using a very different framework of language and identity than the one we’re accustomed to or comfortable with.

For Dolezal, words slither and slip, their meanings unfixed and mutable. Language, she seemed to say, ought to serve a higher purpose, address emotional truths rather than physical ones. Her register was half academic—some sort of post-structuralist understanding of signifiers and signs and the gulf that lies between them—and half Free to Be . . . You and Me–era political correctness: I’m just living my own truth, she seemed to suggest. Why can’t you all get onboard with that?

Why did she represent Albert Wilkerson, a black man, as her father, when her actual father is a white man? “We connected on a very intimate level as family. Albert Wilkerson is my dad. Any man can be a father,” she explained. “Not every man can be a dad.” How can she, a white woman, be the mother of a black son? “He said, ‘You’re my real mom.’ And he’s in high school, and for that to be something that is plausible, I certainly can’t be seen as white and be Izaiah’s mom.”

It never quite tracks, but it’s also clear that Dolezal is living according to a set of rules that make perfect sense to her. “Are you an African-American woman?” Lauer asked at the beginning of the interview, getting down to brass tacks. “I identify as black,” she said with a politic smile, and the precision of that answer—“black” not “African-American”—feels very deliberate. Later, he asked her why, when she sued Howard University in 2002, she identified herself as a white woman. “The reasons for my full tuition scholarship being removed and my TA position as well were that ‘other people needed opportunities, and you probably have white relatives that can afford to help you with your tuition.’ And I thought that was an injustice.” Lauer was correct to point out the hypocrisy in this flip-flop, but Dolezal doesn’t see it as a problem; language bends, labels shift, but as long as the cause is righteous, what’s the big deal?

Refusing to engage when others try to define her is a trend for Dolezal. When did you start deceiving people? Lauer asked. “I was actually identified when I was doing human rights work in North Idaho as first transracial,” she replied. “Then when some of the opposition to some of the human rights work I was doing came forward, the next newspaper article identified me as being a biracial woman. And then, the next article, when there were actually burglaries, nooses, etc., was: This is happening to a black woman. And I never corrected that.” Why not, Lauer wondered, when you knew it wasn’t true? “Because it’s more complex than being true or false,” Dolezal replied. The point is clear: Whenever possible, our culture defaults to black or white, and the words we might sub in—biracial, or even the controversial term transracial—don’t quite do the job.

Watching this uncomfortable, disjointed conversation did not clear up for me whether Rachel Dolezal is truly sane or unhinged but well media-trained. It didn’t even really help me understand whether her choices are utterly offensive, deliberately deceitful, or weirdly enlightened. What it did make crystal clear is the fact that the vocabulary we currently possess to discuss race is bizarrely inadequate. In an America in which all other identities have become fluid, in which the spectrum of sexuality is a given and class mobility, at least in theory, is an essential tenet of our national identity, race remains the one thing we continue to see as fixed, binary.

It’s peach crayon versus brown crayon, as Dolezal reminds us, referring to drawing a self-portrait at age five. It’s black versus white, a comically elementary set of terms to throw at what is clearly a very tangled knot.

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Whether you’re a curious newcomer or diehard fan, chances are the upcoming Entourage movie has managed to fly across your radar in some shape or fashion. Over the course of eight seasons, HBO delivered us a worthy depiction of brotherhood, camaraderie and perseverance. It just so happened to be set underneath the vice-laden lights of Hollywood, replete with enough sex, drugs and rock ‘n roll to feel the void. The characters were so true-to-life, it was only right that the boys returned to the silver screen to keep the story going.

Hip-Hop Wired was extremely fortuitous to get an extended invitation from Warner Bros. to shadow the Entourage movie’s set for a day. We indulged in the magic of the crew’s filmmaking process, who handily transformed a lavish pad in Palos Verdes into a Malibu beach house. Additionally, were also able to interview the time-tested cast of Kevin Connolly, Adrian Grenier, Kevin Dillon and Jerry Ferrara.

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Since the show left off, where have you guys been with your individual characters?

Adrian Grenier: Remarkably…it was like riding a bike. When we first started shooting down in Miami, I think we were all a little nervous, especially with the time away. But as soon as they yelled “Action!” we were right back in there. You really don’t need to relearn how to have a family reunion.

Jerry Ferrara: [My weight loss] is still a thing [Laughs]. It did kind of start a couple of years ago around Season 7 or 8. I think Doug’s mad at me because we had to write new jokes. There were several reasons why I got into shape and in a weird way, it added to the evolution of the character. But by no means was it for the role.

Kevin Dillon: It’s good to be back. I just relished in this character so much. You know how it is being Drama. He never gets what he deserves–in his opinion. He’s just so kooky and he’s got so many flaws. I feel like it’s easy for everyone [to get back into the swing of things]. We know our characters and we’re not on the set trying to figure out who we are.

Kevin Connolly: It’s something that we have talked about over the years. There’s two trains of thought where you kind of want to put it behind you but these characters have so good to all of us, that you don’t want to put it behind you. I can live with people screaming ‘E!’ when I walk into a restaurant [Laughs]. Of course you want to move on do other things as an actor but as long as people will have us and allow us to play these characters, I’m sure everyone would agree we would love to continue.

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Once again, Chris Brown is in his feelings. The R&B crooner with a penchant for drama—which he has pinned on being light skinned—took to Instagram to get some thoughts off his troubled chest. 

Hear him out.

“I always thought I knew the concept of love,” he wrote on the ‘Gram. “Fame and Money can get in the way of that. Most of my issues always deal with love and me being in my feelings. Not to mention me being a dog sometimes. I can’t speak for everyone but I can say that my actions contributed a lot to my karma. Being jealous and angry and controlling.”

Hey, the first step is admittance, right?

Peep Breezy’s full disclosure below.

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I’m Konfuzed, I always thought I knew the concept of love. Fame and Money can get in the way of that. Most of my issues always deal with love and me being in my feelings. Not to mention me being a dog sometimes. I can’t speak for everyone but I can say that my actions contributed a lot to my karma. Being jealous and angry and controlling. There has been times where I looked in the mirror and hated the person I see. I talk to God a lot now. He’s given me so much and I feel like I waste his gifts becuz of my impulsive personality. The world is full of negativity and I feel I play a part in it becuz of the choices I’ve made or mistakes. I tend to accept the negative or the riff raff becuz I know what it’s like to be a young black “nigga” in America. I always see the good in people even when they don’t see it. I love others more than myself at times. Everything u see on the surface does not reflect what’s inside. This is my white flag. I surrender to life and all its blessings. I refuse to be petty and attention seeking. To know me is to love me. Good Bad UGLY! Sincerely, Konfuzed

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